Linjett 39

Social Sailing

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As a yacht the Linjett 39 was complete already at the drawing stage: we took the best of two worlds when giving a digital dimension to craftsmanship through 3D-design. The result is a luxurious and modern family cruiser for the entire family to enjoy. The Linjett 39 is where innovative function meets handicraft and finesse, with clever solutions that make life on board pleasant and simple. 

"The layout of the interior is extremely clever. The Linjett team has really worked their magic and found solutions that make it simple to reach all the technical equipment with extra hatchers. It’s like the boat has two layouts – one for the technical equipment, and one for the living spaces. It feels very open and maintenance friendly."
Bertil Jauren, L39-02 Liana

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Exterior

Through higher freeboards and coach roof the Linjett 39 has a more distinctive silhouette than her sisters, yet still retains the signature slender Linjett waterline, slanting bow and timelessness. The Linjett Design Team has utilised its combined sailing and design experience to give her a dynamic hull that is lighter and stiffer in the water and an absolute joy to sail.

During the development process we put a lot of effort into creating solutions that simplify the handling of the boat. All sheets, halyards and control lines run smoothly under the deck back to the helm station and allow the Linjett 39 to be sailed to its full potential even with a smaller crew. This solution also keeps the large cockpit open and clutter free, making it feel simultaneously protected and inviting – regardless of how active of a role you play in the actual sailing of the boat.

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Interior

The flow of the cockpit continues into the interior, which is airy and social, yet still cosy. With its spacious salon, large galley and roomy head - the Linjett 39 is a yacht to be lived in. The floors flow continuously at one level throughout the boat, which provides a free line of sight and amplifies the sense of space and volume and six large hull windows provides ample natural light and blurs the line between inside and outside.

Traditionally the placement of the bulkhead in a yacht is fairly fixed, it affects the layout and limits the interior options of a yacht. In the Linjett 39 we have combined and reinforced the bulkheads with two laminated beams, which allowed us to create a more spacious salon. She is a modern yacht designed for comfort: everywhere you will find clever storage solutions – each item has its own designated space, whether its equipment or electronics. To starboard there is a separate draining room with a shower and space for wet gear. In the aft there are two generous stowage compartments.

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Pure Joy at Sea

"It feels balanced, light and secure – like it is in perfect harmony."
Kia von Platen, L39-02 Liana

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Rig & Sails

Quick, safe and easy to handle, that was the goal when developing the rig and sails for the Linjett 39. Linjett yachts have received much praise for their ability to carry large sails and still balance perfectly – Linjett 39 is no exception. Her foretriangle is the same size as that of the Linjett 43, but she feels extremely reliable and steady, even at aggressive angles. Thanks to a clever deck layout you never need to be more than two people to sail her – no matter the weather conditions.

The aluminium rig from Seldén has a keel stepped 9/10 mast with double swept spreaders for increased tuning possibilities and maximum performance. One feature that is widely appreciated is that like all Linjett yachts, the Linjett 39 can all be fitted with a self-tacking jib with a 107% overlap, which works just as well partially unfurled as fully out. As an option, all Linjett’s yachts can be delivered with a carbon rig from Seldén.

The Linjett 39 aslo comes with the option of electric propulsion.

Specifications

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  • LOA 12,15 m
  • LWL 11 m
  • Beam 3,95 m
  • Draft 2,15 m
  • Displacement 8700 kg
  • Engine Volvo Penta D2 50
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Fuel 200 L
  • Water 350 L
  • Mast Height 18,70 m
  • Main Sail 52,9 m^2
  • Jib 107% 38 m^2
  • Selftacking Jib 34 m^2
  • Spinnaker 143 m^2
  • Code 0 80,8 m^2
  • SRS/IRC TBA
  • CE-Category A-Ocean
  • Design Linjett Design

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Contact Us

 

Welcome to contact us for questions or a quote.

Please ask for a private show or test sail!

+46 176-766 60 | info@linjett.se